There has been a lot of debate by Christians about whether it is important or not to go to church every week. If you have been trying to convince you yourself that you do not need to go know that it will not only help you but other people who were coming there as well. Going for community gathering is one of the rules which Christ left to the church. If this conflict comes from your own interest you should know that the Bible teaching should not be changed to fit your own desires. Standing alone in faith can be difficult at times and that is why many people give up. If you regularly go to church it is very difficult for you to like someone to be friends with so that you can support each other on faith issues. There is no one who can say that they are mature in faith no matter how long you have been a Christian because they will always have trials and temptations along the way and in such cases. One of the reasons why there are churches is for people who feel like outcast in the society to feel secure and not judged.
God gives different people different gifts so that they can serve him with them and it will be a shame if you are going to use them elsewhere and not in church. It is just one day he asks of you and if you cannot find the time to do it then you will not be on the right path. It takes prayer for your purpose to be revealed because everybody has his or her own and it is a shame that a lot of people down to the end of the life without realizing it because they were too busy doing their own things without listening to the voice of God. Thus, if u want to make your mark in the world make sure that you work out on getting your purpose revealed. Not everybody in charge will be like you and this is a very nice place to learn about diversity and learn to appreciate people for who they are and not try to change them. The most important part is creating time for God because you should not be working on yourself all your life when His main purpose for bringing you in the world was for you to serve Him as well as His people.